Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ( Manchester United Boss) answers to the Glazers at Old Trafford.
By JACK OTWAY
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer feels the Glazers would be wise to stick with him despite his side’s mixed Premier League form so far. The Red Devils have failed to win four of their last six matches across all competitions. And that’s upped the pressure on the Norwegian, especially after a big summer of investment.
Manchester United were on a high at the start of the month when they re-signed Cristiano Ronaldo.
But, now, the Red Devils are facing a mini-crisis following an alarming dip of form.
United have failed to beat Young Boys, Everton, West Ham and Aston Villa over the past few weeks, leading to some calls for Solskjaer to go.
However, the 48-year-old has now come out fighting and made it clear he feels the Glazers should give him time.
A lot has happened this month and we’ve had Raphael [Varane] and Jadon [Sancho] with us since August, and Cristiano [Ronaldo] since September.
“We’ve got loads to work on and we need to improve, we know that and I know that, but I do believe in this group of players and the coaching staff that I’ve got. So, the short answer is yes.
“I believe in these players, I believe in the coaching staff and I believe we have something going.
“The proof is in the pudding, we need results and you have to turn up.
“You can’t say ‘we did well against City and Tottenham last year’, we have to do it during the 90 minutes, whoever plays.
“That’s the challenge, because every game in the Champions League and Premier League is a big game against a good team and every game as Manchester United is a potential banana skin, as we’re expected to win every one.”